Kingston Comes To Mila

EYG, one of the UK’s leading trade, retail and commercial fabricators, is buying Mila’s SupaSecure handles and TS008 compliant stainless steel letter plates to feature on its new Kingston range of PVC-U front doors.

The Kingston range has been developed to give buyers an alternative to composite doors, with similar aesthetics and high levels of security but at a much more competitive price.

As these doors are produced at EYG’s factory in Hull, they are available without any of the supply chain delays which have plagued the composite market for many months. EYG has been consistently buying from Mila since 2003 and during that time, Mila has proven its ability to supply on time and in full, even during the worst of the pandemic. This supply chain security was part of the reason for choosing the stainless steel range for the Kingston doors, along with a 25-year surface finish guarantee.


 “The Kingston range has all the premium features which retail buyers want but without the premium price tag. Each one is handmade and mechanically jointed. They come complete with glass panels. They come in a large range of stable colours and lots of traditional and contemporary design options to suit any style or age of property.”

– John Waugh 

Domestic sales director, EYG


Secured by Design

“The inclusion of the Mila stainless steel products helps to emphasise the quality feel of the doors,” continues EYG’s Waugh. “And the combination of ProSecure handle, Mila cylinder and TS008 compliant letter plate mean they can achieve the Secured by Design accreditation which so many retail buyers are looking for.”

Richard Gyde, Mila’s MD, adds: “We are widening our range of stainless steel products all the time as demand increases right across the doors market. Customers like EYG tell us they like the aesthetics, the clever design features and of course the quality.”


Picture: EYG's new Kingston PVC-U door range features Mila's stainless steel hardware including the SupaSecure handle.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
18th February 2022


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